Free yummy treats from Golden Screen Cinemas


GSC Shake Shake Popcorn, introduced on June 25 with four flavours – Green Tea, Kimchi, Cendol and the ever-popular Cheesy Cheese.

GOLDEN Screen Cinemas (GSC) is providing free Shake Shake Popcorn at the CarSifu Auto Show at Mid Valley Megamall from today until Oct 29.

The first 200 visitors to the show on Oct 27, 28 and 29 will be treated to a regular-size bag of Shake Shake popcorn for free.

First introduced on June 25, there are currently four tasty flavours available – Green Tea, Kimchi, Cendol and the ever-popular Cheesy Cheese.

To fully enjoy the bag of flavoured popcorn, each worth RM11.50 (including GST), and depending on how adventurous you are, simply empty one or more flavour sachets into the bag which contains some “lite and sweet” popcorn.

Next, fold down the top section, hold on to it securely and shake it thoroughly before allowing the palate to be delighted as the taste buds revel in one (if not all) of the four flavours.

For more flavour sachets, visit any GSC concessions stand to purchase them at RM4.50 each or for greater value, a Combo pack costing RM12 will provide a regular-size bag of Shake Shake popcorn as well as a regular-size choice of drink.

“At GSC, we are constantly innovating to provide our customers with an enriching cinema experience, so that they always have something to look forward to whenever they come to watch movies with us.

“Shake Shake Popcorn offers customers a new and unique way to enjoy their favourite popcorn in a variety of exciting and delicious flavours,” said Golden Screen Cinemas public relations and branding manager Sharmine Ishak.

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